Hiking and running
Our immediate surroundings offer great opportunities for spending an entire day walking through beautiful nature and taking in stunning views. The area around Gränna has lots of amazing hiking trails to discover. Feel free to ask for maps and tips at the reception office.
Psst, don’t forget:
– A packed lunch
– A coffee thermos
– Your hiking shoes
John Bauerleden Trail
The John Bauerleden Trail was named after the artist John Bauer. The trail passes old cottages, the remains of a monastery, streams, and the village of Röttle.
The Holavedsleden Trail, one of Småland’s oldest, runs through a forest landscape past selions and lakes. This trail offers plenty of beautiful views.
The Hallebyleden Trail runs between the Klämmestorp Mill and the Hallby Cottage, along Dunkehallaån River and through forest.
The Franciskusleden Trail runs through a beautiful landscape near Lake Vättern.
Biosphere Trail Uppgränna
This trail consists of two circular loops and can be found north of Gränna. Hike through lush greenery, cultivated land, lovely farms, and Uppgränna Village, and enjoy wonderful views of Lake Vättern and Visingsö Island!
Huskvarnabergen Nature Reserve
The Huskvarnabergen Nature Reserve offers one of the greatest views of Huskvarna and Jönköping.
Röttle Nature Reserve
Röttle Village is a quiet and scenic area by Röttleån River. Hike among mills, waterfalls, and a lovely guest harbour!
Västanå Nature Reserve
Choose to hike from pinelands to lush deciduous forest. In the northern part of the reserve, the Röttleån River flows through a deep ravine.
Mount Grännaberget offers plenty of beautiful views of Lake Vättern, Gränna, and Visingsö Island. At the top, you will find a coffee house (open during summer) that is well worth a visit!